Ilya is a phenomenal designer. Truly gifted. It was an honor working with him.
Good work on this design!
- Mas the SONK
I've worked with Mas many times. He always does great work, with enthusiasm - and he's fast. He is great to work with and I highly recommed.
- Bo Barron
- oren 1
Oren1 was great to work with, did all the changes that I asked for, and was all timely to respond.
- David Uzcategui
Excellent professional with great communication and understanding of requirements and details. Works at a fast pace and delivers great quality Highly recommended.
How dellajo started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a 240-unit residential condominium building in the Battery Park City neighborhood of New York City. We are also the site on which, in 1609 (before the site became landfill and was still part of the navigable Hudson River), Henry Hudson first dropped anchor and traded with the Lenape Indians, a connection with our past which we cherish. Our building goes simply by the name "377" and we would like that featured heavily in our logo. We would like the backdrop to harken back to the Half Moon, Henry Hudson's ship, and also subtly feature in the design the dates of the anchoring (1609) and our building's opening (1986). We have a preliminary design which I am attaching. We need TWO versions of the logo. A simplified version to be used in all signage throughout the building interior. And a more elaborate/detailed outdoor plaque, similar to the 355 metal signage photo attached, which will be rendered in patina'd metal. We like Art Deco styling, including font for 377, but that is not essential. For the more elaborate outdoor version, we want a sophisticated but beautiful version of the 377 in front of the half moon, with waves and sunshine (see 355). For the simpler version, be creative, but it should tie in to the more detailed version.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Real Estate & Mortgage
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